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The Document Foundation: a personal outlook for 2015

2015 has started and I realized that in between the New Year and last week’s tragedy, I hadn’t had the time to discuss what’s on the table for the Document Foundation in 2015. This is purely a personal opinion and does not represent any sort of official statement by the …

Eyes & Ears – January 2015 edition

Dear readers, Happy new year 2015 and welcome again to the first Eyes and Ears session of 2015, as well as the first post of the new year! Today we are going to travel back in time both through books and music, but we will also listen to the Café …

Projects to support & initiatives to help in 2015

This will be the very last post of 2014. Let me first wish you, dear readers, a happy new year 2015 in good health, love, prosperity and happiness. Let me also thank you for your continued interest in Moved by Freedom, Powered by Standards. This blog is now over 7 …

Public Interest, Software Freedom and Open Standards

Christmas and the New Year are coming really close now and I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. This year was truly exciting for me and I believe that 2015 is going to be a very special one. One of the things that …

Using encryption on Android – A rant

I have had my first Android phone, a Samsung, 5 years ago, and I’ve used three others since then. I believe in others respecting my privacy and the privacy of others. I also try to have a system that is as clean as possible, and update it as often as …

Eyes and Ears – December edition

Welcome to the December edition of Eyes and Ears! This session will be somewhat “christmassy” although we will try to explore another meaning of that term. Talking about the Christmas let’s start with a classic. “Angels we’ve heard on high” – Really? Yes, but this one is sung by Six …

Supporting LibreOffice users everywhere

Helping people using LibreOffice is possible through several channels. Today, this page on the LibreOffice’s website points to several existing options: searching the available documentation searching the help module that is embedded inside LibreOffice checking the archives or asking a question on one of the mailing lists of LibreOffice dedicated …

Standards and Weapons

I have been writing a lot about the benefits of standards -especially open standards- for economic growth and citizens’ empowerement. Today however, I would like to explore, or at least highlight  a more obscure side of standards. Standards can be used as weapons; by weapons I mean tools of influence, …

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